Recent years have seen a surge in the Haridwar Rishikesh Mussoorie Auli Tour package. It is not-so-surprising that Haridwar, apart from being a holy destination for pilgrims; has also opened doors for adventure seekers. Rafting in Rishikesh is the most popular water sport that every adrenaline junkie looks forward to.
Bungee jumping and River rafting have been raging as the most famous water activities that visitors wish to explore. Alongside Mussoorie offers beautiful sights for nature lovers and a bustling shopping spree experience. Come, be with nature once in a while when life turns the tables around.
Hop on to this exciting opportunity of the Haridwar Rishikesh Mussoorie Auli Tour Package from Banzaara, brimming with adventure and snow fun. Travel with the experts and take back memories and make friends with strangers along the way as we part.
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Special Points To Visit Haridwar-Rishikesh-Mussoorie-Auli Tour Package
- The snow-covered Himalayas are ready to offer the best views for your senses.
- Enjoy a relaxing stay at luxurious property amidst nature.
- The divine conch shells are set to enlighten the newness of the soul at the Ganga Ghats and Rishikesh.
Haridwar-Rishikesh-Mussoorie-Auli Tour Package Itinerary
- Sakhya Sagar Lake– Surrounded by the beautiful green surroundings of Madhav National Park, Sakhya Sagar Lake is a major attraction in Shivpuri.
- Survaya ki Garhi– A hidden jewel of heritage with a small fortress in the vicinity of Shivpuri is a reservoir of architecture.
- Camel’s back road– A beautiful peaceful walk surrounded by nature will always boost calmness and inner peace. Camel’s back road provides the same experience in Mussoorie.
- Lal Tibba– It is the highest peak’s topmost point and the most famous place in Mussoorie. If you dream of viewing long trails of major mountain peaks as well as romantic sunsets and sunrise, Lal Tibba is the spot to visit.
- Gun hill– Gun hill is the second highest peak of Mussoorie located 400 ft above the Mall road. It offers a 360-degree view of long Himalayan ranges.
- Kempty falls– The gigantic fall with a somersault of the streams before hitting the bottom, Kempty falls is the most popular and the oldest tourist spot near Mussoorie.
- Lake Mist– One of the most scenic places to visit in Mussoorie is Lake Mist. It also offers an opportunity to boat around at an affordable price.
- Mall road– Located at the heart of Mussoorie, The Mall is famed for picturesque viewpoints offering breathtaking views of the Doon valley. Benches and lampposts are fixed at every viewpoint at the mall and remind us of British Architecture.
- Jharipani Falls– The cascading falls are located on Mussoorie-Jharipani road about 9km from Mussoorie. It offers a picturesque view of the Shivalik Range.
- Bhatta Falls– A recent addition to the list of picnic spots near Mussoorie. It is located about 7 km from the main Mussoorie city. It is an unexplored natural stream of water flowing down the hills.
- Sir George Everest’s House– George Everest House is also known as the Park Estate and is famous for camping, picnics, and adventure outings. You can witness a panoramic view of the Doon valley with spectacular snow-clad Himalayan peaks.
- Company Garden– A major picnic spot in Mussoorie, Company Garden is a colorful garden, laden with beautiful flowers and an amusement park as well.
- Chhatris– A wonderful historic sight, with intricately embellished marble chhatris erected by Scindia rulers.
- Pawa Waterfalls– This huge waterfall is a sight to witness. If you are fortunate enough, you’d be blessed with a heavenly view that just follows a rainfall at the spot.
- Shivpuri District Museum– It is an archaeological museum, that offers a great collection of coins, old paintings, sculptures, as well as Rajput and Maratha paintings.
- Madikheda Dam– It is a multi-purpose dam situated in Shivpuri and generates hydropower electricity, offering a refreshing view.
- Mahua Shiv Temple– A precious gem from the pages of history as resplendent as it was built in the 7th
- Bhoora Khon waterfall– It is a beautiful natural waterfall that is a serene visual to witness. The harmonious sound of water falling from a height of 25 m is broken by natural boulders and rocks and is a soothing balm for a city-weary soul.
- Mansa Devi temple– Soak in the breathtaking view on the way to Mansa Devi temple via cable car and reach the most sought-after pilgrimage in Haridwar.
- Bara Bazaar– Located on the railway road, Bara bazaar is famous for being a shopping hub in this bustling religious city of Haridwar.
- Har ki Pauri Ghat– This holy bank of river Ganga is the most popular among the different ghats in Haridwar for taking a dip in the Ganges and also witnessing Ganga aarti.
- Ganga Aarti– An enthralling sight for a divine seeker, Ganga aarti brings you closer to the lord amidst the busting conch shells and chiming bells at the Ganga ghat.
- Sapt Rishi ashram– When in Haridwar, must visit the Sapt-rishi ashram, that’s 5km away from the city. Experience the old-world charm at this renowned Sanskrit learning center.
- Lakshman Jhula and Ram Jhula– These suspended bridges are a few of the architectural wonders to witness when in Rishikesh. They hold deep mythological strands rooted in Hinduism.
- Neelkanth Mahadev temple– The most sacred shrine of Lord Shiva- Neelkanth Mahadev Temple- is a heavenly sight to visit and explore.
- Triveni Ghat– It is believed that taking a holy dip at this spot of the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati brings in a spiritual aura and washes off all your bad karmas.
- Beach volley
- Cliff jumping
- Bungee jumping, rock climbing, zip-lining, rappelling, and other adventure sports
- Accommodation on twin sharing basis
- All meals
- All taxes
- Entrance at monuments/ temples
- Cabs for sightseeing
- All transfers
- Sanitized premises
- Protection gear for Rafting
- Experienced instructor for Rafting
- Personal expenses
- Any surge in government and state taxes
- Travel insurance
Things to carry:
- Original ID proof
- Emergency medicines, if needed
- Comfortable clothing
- Mosquito repellent
- Camera with extra batteries
- Raincoat or umbrella
Frequently asked questions:
- What is the best time to visit Rishikesh?
October to February is the best time of the year to travel to Rishikesh.
- Is there any age bar for rafting in Rishikesh?
There are no set age criteria for rafting, but kids below the age of 10 years are barred from the activity due to safety reasons.
- Can someone who doesn’t know swimming try Rafting?
Yes, participants are given life jackets for rafting. The session becomes more fun when someone does not know how to swim.
- What is the best time for Skiing in Auli?
Although Skiing is subjected to snowfall and weather conditions, Auli offers the best time for the sport between late January and February.
- Can travellers extend their stay in Mussoorie?
Yes, 3nights and 4 days package could seem less when you begin to explore such a blissful spot like Mussoorie. This would allow you to explore and enjoy the hill station at an extended level.
- What are the different places to visit near Mussoorie?
Chakrata, Haridwar, Kanatal, and Rishikesh fall in close proximity to the hill station, which attracts tourists in large numbers from all over the world.